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219 evaluation report(s)
     
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2021 Annual Report: Evidence for a Stronger Bank
31-May-2022 | AE10010 | Annual Report

Thirteen evaluation products were delivered in 2021, which comprise four country strategy and program evaluations for Angola, Gabon, Rwanda, and Uganda, a cluster evaluation of AfDB road and port projects, an impact evaluation of the Last Mile Connectivity energy Project in Kenya, two thematic evaluations of the Bank’s Transition Support Facility and its Additionality and Development Outcomes Assessment (ADOA) Framework, two corporate evaluations of the AfDB’s Nonconcessional Debt Accumulation Policy and its Results Measurement ramework, a synthesis report of the 2019 Project Completion Report (PCR) validations, and the 2020 and 2021 MARS reports.

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Benin: Evaluation of Country Strategy and Program 2012-2021
13-May-2022 | CA10077 | Country Strategy Evaluation | Benin

The main purpose of the evaluation is to inform the design of the next country strategy. The goal has two dimensions: (i) an accountability dimension to report on the performance of the Bank’s assistance to Benin during the 2012-2021 period; and (ii) a prospective and capitalization dimension to draw lessons from the Bank’s operations and make recommendations to guide and improve the Bank’s future engagement in the country.

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Evaluation of the African Development Bank Group’s Transition Support Facility
01-Apr-2022 | TR10034 | Thematic Evaluation

The evaluation will feed into the Bank’s reassessment of its broader strategy and engagement with countries experiencing situations of fragility, and will inform discussions at the ADF-15 Mid-Term Review and the ADF-16 replenishment on a comprehensive review of the TSF and the ADF Resource Allocation Framework, including how to best address vulnerability. An evaluation of the African Development Bank Group’s (AfDB’s) Transition Support Facility (TSF) was introduced in the Independent Development Evaluation function’s (IDEV’s) 2021 work program, following a request from the Bank’s Committee on Operations and Development Effectiveness (CODE). The evaluation follows on from IDEV’s 2020evaluation of the Bank’s Strategy for Addressing Fragility and Building Resilience in Africa (2014–2019) (the 2020 Fragility Strategy Evaluation), and serves to inform further decision-making about the TSF.

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Impact Evaluation of the AfDB-supported Kenya Last Mile Connectivity Project, Phase 1
18-Feb-2022 | IE10006 | Impact Evaluation | Kenya | Power

The evaluation aims to inform the mid-term review of the Bank Group’s 2016 – 2025 Strategy for the New Deal on Energy for Africa (NDEA), launched in 2016, by identifying lessons and potential areas for improvement. It intends to provide credible evidence-based findings on the impact of the LMCP and recommendations for future energy operations, including whether access to electricity improves the quality of life. The evaluation also examines the project’s design and implementation issues that may hinder households from deriving the benefits from access and use of on-grid energy, such as affordability, reliability, and adequacy of electricity. Overall, the evaluation provides evidence on the first years of implementing the NDEA in the context of Kenya, and how similar innovative programmes can be scaled to increase energy access. The specific objectives are: i) To estimate the impact of the LMCP Phase I on the direct, intermediate, and final outcomes; ii) To identify factors that affect the performance and development outcomes of the project; iii) To generate lessons and provide recommendations for increasing the impact of ongoing and future electricity access projects financed by the Bank.

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Uganda Country Strategy and Program Evaluation, 2011-2021
09-Feb-2022 | CA10076 | Country Strategy Evaluation | Uganda

The main purpose of this country strategy and program evaluation is to inform the design of the next CSP (the CSP for 2022–2026). In that regard, the evaluation has three objectives: i. To assess the Bank’s contribution to Uganda’s development results; ii. To identify what worked in the Bank’s programs, what did not, and why; and iii. To distill lessons and propose recommendations for future programs. The evaluation’s overarching question is, “What did the Bank contribute to Uganda’s development?” More specific evaluation questions, organized by evaluation criteria, are presented in the evaluation matrix in annex 1.

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Angola Country Strategy and Program Evaluation (2011-2020)
23-Nov-2021 | CA10078 | Country Strategy Evaluation | Angola

The objectives of the evaluation are: 1) To provide credible evaluative evidence on (i) the development results of the Bank's engagement in Angola and (ii) how the Bank has managed its presence and engagement in Angola, over the period under study; 2) To identify the factors that influenced the Bank’s performance over the two strategy periods, in particular the period before and after Angola graduated to Middle Income Country status and became eligible for (non-concessional) ADB resources only; and 3) To identify lessons and recommendations from the performance to inform the design and implementation of the next strategy of the Bank for Angola.

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Mid-Term Evaluation of the Bank’s Results Measurement Framework, 2016-2025
05-Nov-2021 | CO10033 | Corporate Evaluation

This mid-term evaluation of the RMF (2016–2025) aims to provide evaluation knowledge that will contribute to a better understanding of the progress of RMF implementation so far and assist the Bank’s Management in improving the RMF execution for the rest of the period until 2025. It will inform a midterm review of the RMF that Management intends to present to the Board in Q4 2021.

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Rwanda: Evaluation of the AfDB Country Strategy and Program (2012-2021)
29-Oct-2021 | CA10079 | Country Strategy Evaluation | Rwanda

The purpose of the evaluation was to inform the design of the Bank's next country strategy for Rwanda (2022-2026). Its objectives were to: i) assess the contribution of the Bank to the development results of Rwanda; ii) identify the factors that enabled or hampered success and explain why this was the case; and iii) provide recommendations for future strategies and programs.

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Evaluation of the Ex-Ante Additionality and Development Outcome Assessment Framework 2.0
22-Oct-2021 | TR10036 | Thematic Evaluation

The objective of this evaluation was to take stock of the implementation of the ADOA 2.0 Framework, and provide credible evidence on its relevance, effectiveness, and efficiency. Its findings, lessons and recommendations will inform the forthcoming revision of the ADOA Framework. The evaluation covered the framework’s ex-ante assessment of the Bank’s NSOs between 2015 and 2020. Between its 2015 approval and 2020, over 230 projects were assessed using the ADOA Framework.

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Evaluation of AfDB road and port projects (2012-2019)
04-Oct-2021 | CE10012 | Project Cluster Evaluation | Transport

The evaluation aimed to draw lessons from the design and implementation of road and port projects in order to provide insights for future strategic and operational directions for the Bank’s assistance in the transport sector and to inform any revision to the AfDB Transport Policy (1993).

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